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Sep 27, 2012 7:00pm PDT
more than 23% since january. we spoke this week with phil baker, c.e.o. of hecla mining. we started by asking him where the bulk of silver demand is coming from, investors or industry? s well, right now the real driver of demand is investment demand because silver like gold is money. it's really money for the common man. and you see the consumption of silver in investment demand in a way that we have not seen before. and it's growing. as people are enthusiastic over the future price for silver. >> is that sustainable especially when it sees the future price higher for industrial demand and what we are already seeing with a soft economy worldwide? >> i think it's definitely sustainable. it's really for two reasons. first the reasons we have the quantitative easing are not going to go away any time soon so you will see continued interest in going the gold, going to silver as a store value and the products that use silver are just expanding at an extraordinary rate. you know, if you think about something like the iphone or a tablet, that was a product that didn't exist 150 years ago. a
Sep 26, 2012 4:30pm PDT
from mine-expo in las vegas. we talk with phil baker, the c.e.o. of silver miner, hecla mining. >> tom: next year's college graduates are on pace to enter the job market with an average of about $28,000 in student debt. rising debt levels are driving a push to help students understand the true cost of college before their first day of class. over the past year, students have gotten some new tools available to help them figure out those costs before signing up for school. but, as sylvia hall reports, there's still some important information that's not easy to find. >> reporter: in business, it's rare to make a decision without weighing all the costs first. but when high school students apply to college, it's hard to make such an analysis. this year, it gets a little easier. some colleges will start using the consumer financial protection bureau's uniform shopping sheet, and all college websites are required to have tools to help students estimate the actual cost of college. financial aid experts say all these new tools-- and the attention around them have started a conversation. >> i th
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Sep 14, 2012 11:00am EDT
baker. cheryl: charlie gasparino with new details on a story he scored yesterday. why the red sox are for sale even though their management says the report is off base. dennis: stocks now, phil flynn watching oil and gasoline prices and nicole petallides at stock exchange and the bulls are actually still roaring up. nicole: the market right now up 41 points. this tax on to yesterday's game on the heels of what we heard from the federal open market committee putting everything forward. bond buying and extending low rates and on highly accommodative fed moving markets to multi-year highs. the nasdaq is the highest level since 2000 and take a look at kraft and united healthcare and that is because kraft as of sept. 20 first is out. united healthcare into the dow jones industrial average. they're sitting on their north american business. they will be called -- kraft foods will be renamed montana international and it is one of the big losers on the dow jones industrial average second only to intel which gave a weak outlook. that is the latest on the stock exchange. what is going on in
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